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a stolen gun and that is what the 496 charge is. and california has like angela was saying, has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the state that makes it and it is difficult to buy a gun, where people have to in california, the firearms dealer has to be licensed and there is background checks and ten-day waits. that has been standard for many years. and there are limits on how many guns can be purchased and it goes on about the record keeping and particularly it talks about our gun laws penalize access for children due to negligent storage. so there was mention of the new york law, i believe was modeled on the california law. and there are two like, you can own a gun in california. but there are two, there are people that cannot have a gun and there are certain guns that you cannot have. so in california, it prohibts certain people from having a gun, if you are a felon or if you are an addict you cannot have a gun. if you are subject to a court order, while that is in effect, you can't have a gun. whether it is a restraining, order or an injunction you can't have a gun if it s
with sfmta for 13 years. the next award is being presented to miss angela jensen from woods who has been with us for 12 years. both operators are being recognized today for displaying exceptional service in and a high level of citizenship. on november 29th, 2012, she demand outstanding compassion to a victim of assault who boarded hurricane train in the area of sunnyvale and, nor shore. her quick response to notify central control and police and ambulance while providing compt to the victim until the police and arrival of the ambulance has earned her recognition today. on tuesday, november 20 20 12 miss [stkwro-pb/]son witnessed a robbery in progress on the corner of or and corbett streets. as her coach was approaching the scene she took immediate action, instantly notifying central control and requesting police assistance. the prompt response by hitting the panic button resulted in the hasty retreat of the robber. consequencely saving the victim from more serious marm. we would like to thank both of you for finding such a fine scene ofle of customer service while demonstrating the highe
. >> angela, the clerk of the board, every year the office of the clerk of the board prepares an appointment list consisting of all regular and ongoing subordinate bodyser board's commissions to be appointed by the board of supervisors, this list is known as the local appointment list or the matti act. in december, we finalized that report and submitted it to the board and to the public. the board's rules of order further requires the clerk of the board each year from that list to determine and identify every subordinate body that has not met consistently for four month and is to request the city attorney's office to prepare legislation to repeal the legislation or ordinance that established the body and those are the last four items before you today, and we would like to thank linda wong because she is the one who compromises the mighty act for us. the clerk's office has three items before you, the first is the area plan infrastructure committee, it was established in 2010 and sponsored by former supervisor soef fee maxwell, the response from the planning department indicated the committee
have ms. angela [speaker not understood] from our clerk's office. >> thank you, mr. wrung. -- young. [speaker not understood]. i'm here today with deborah landis, the admin deputy, [speaker not understood] youth commission director and don duran from the sf appeals board. on friday the 30th we presented to the board of supervisors fiscal year 2013-14, 14-15 draft budget based upon the budget instructions this committee provided in december. and today before you is the department's proposed budget which should you approve will be submitted to the mayor and the controller's offices on thursday, february 21st, which will be before you for further consideration in june. since the january 30th hearing, there are no changes to report to our department's budget. as a reminder, the draft budget proposal, the operating budget totals 12.9 million for fiscal year 13-14. i'll put a slide up to show the public watching at home. and for fiscal year 13-14, 13.2 million dollar budget and for fiscal year 14-15, these are compared to a current year budget of 12.4 million and a base of 13-14 million.
that we have the clerk of the board here in the chamber, ms. angela, i would like to put you on the spot if you could shed some light on supervisor breed's section as the law supersedes our county's practices. >> good afternoon, committee members, angela cavio, the clerk of the board, i would recommend that you ask andrew shen to further investigate so you know for sure going forward, and i have a recommendation that we take up the last three items on the agenda and continue this for that length of time if that would allow mr. shen enough time to check this out. >> i don't think that we're asking to continue this. >> yeah, because doesn't impact my decision, i'm happy to support the waiver regardless but i want to make sure that, you know, i just wanted to -- because i have information from the city attorney's office and i have information regarding this particular matter, so i just wanted clarity because i see two different things, however, i don't want this matter to be held up as a result of that. >> right, and it's definitely understood, i will follow up with all the members on this
committee. angela [speaker not understood] clerk of the board. i'm here today with deborah [speaker not understood] to present the department's fiscal year 13-14 proposed budget based upon budget instructions the committee provided at the december guideline hearing. as you know, we are on a rolling two-year budget cycle. the committee's general direction was to prepare a budget, a draft that was similar to the budget that was adopted last year with slight changes. today i'll take you through the current year's budget and the department's administrative and finance deputy deborah land iswill review 13-14 and 14-15. and finally since the goal today is to obtain your feedback * should you make significant changes or would like an additional presentation, we can return to the committee on february 13th if the committee desires. if the committee would indulge me just for a moment, specific to the new members on the board and interested members of the public, for background information we are a small department, but we have a full-time employee counted, has remained constant for many dec
to hire angela alioto the stopple procedures in the city and county that relates to african-american tenants; you are playing around here like we are playing games. those tenants are the one suffering. the authority is out of compliance. >> chair: thank you. >> i will come back of another chance. >> chair: any of the speakers for item 2. seeing none public comment is closed. gvl(gavel) we have a motion on the motion? >> i make a motion to move this item with a positive recommendation. >> chair: supervisor cohen do you want to say a few words? we have a motion to set the item forward with recommendations, narrowing down the focus of this item, many members of this board whether on the committee or elsewhere will be feeding information to the analyst. we can move this forward without objection? thank you. do we have any other items? >> clerk calonsag: no other items. >> chair: thank you. we are adjourned. . >> meeting will come to order. role call please. president torres, vice president courtney commissioner moran here and commissioners are on their way. approval
a coal, so pardon my voice. my name is angela taylor and i'm a parent of town school. i have been a parent now for two years. when looking at schools in san francisco and i walked into town i was immediately taken by the sense of community within the school, respect. i was -- my son and i were greeted by the head master, and as we stood in the lobby waiting for the tour to begin, i noticed the boys coming into the school shaking the hand of the head master and this really caught my attention, because you don't feel that so much these days in other schools and especially with children. not only does children -- town have a commitment to education and curriculum, but it has a commitment to diversity and community. it is fostered within town and it's part of the curriculum and it's something that i really
suppresser. the secondhand grip that you can see that in some of these pictures and angela showeds you some of these guns, a shroud, one of the weapons that i showed you showed the shroud. itself allows the shooter to put his hand on the barrel and if the barrel is hot, they when you fire some of these guns, there is a propensity for the gun to go up and you put your hand on the second pistol grip or the shroud you can bring it down and improves the accuracy, and it allows you to put your hand on a hot barrel because it is ventilated. so these are weapons that have been described as assault weapons. and also, the capacity to accept the magazine somewhere else than from the grip. and we saw it in the an example of that. and also, that we come back to the magazine that has or can take more than ten rounds. so, it has the capacity to accept a magazine more than ten rounds. shot guns, are also assault weapons, if they are again, the foldings stocks, a pistol grip and to accept the detachable magazine or a shock with the revolving cylinder, that is what they called the street sweeper, i
breed. >> thank you. i want to ask my colleagues to support this. angela davis, who is the owner, has done a great job with outreach and she is supported by the hayes valley merchant and neighborhood association and i think this would be great for the community. so, i'm hoping that my colleagues would support this. thank you. >> colleagues, any further discussion? same house, same call? this resolution is adopted. item 23. >> item 23 is a resolution determining that the issuance of a type 42 on-sale beer and wine public premises license to lynne carmichael for eno st. francis, llc, d/b/a eno, located at 310-320 geary street (district 3), will serve the public convenience and necessity of the city and county of san francisco, in accordance with business and professions code, section 23958.4, with conditions. >> same house same call? this resolution is adopted. item 24. >> item 24 was referred from the land use economic development committee without recommendation. resolution granting revocable permission to aquilina family 2001 revocable trust to occupy a portion of the public right-of
and privilege to serve the residents and to work with everybody there. to angela and your tremendous staff, thank you so much for all of your work in supporting us. we couldn't do what we do without you. and i think some of your clerks are the most amazing clerks that really help us stay on task. i really appreciate all of that work. there is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes. to, of course, harvey, carol adams who was with us before, john who is with us now, thank you. you guys have to sit there all of our meetings. and, so, give us advice even when we may not want it. so, thank you. and, of course, to each and every one of you here on the board, i can't tell you how much i've grown as a direct result of working with all of you and learning from you and just building friendships and relationships over the years. it's really been a tremendous experience and i know that we'll continue to do that in my new role. i do have to give a special shout out to sean. when i first came on the board as a supervisor, he really helped to carry me through and really helped to advise me and help
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